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This is a poem about love being lost and then love being found once again. It describes my personal relationship with a past friend who I'm still hopelessly in love with. This poem express one's feelings when they return to a place where they found someone they love.
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Love Lost & Found
Here I sit, all alone at the place were I once sat with you.
I sit here day dreaming
about the walks, the talks, all the good times we had.
Here I am where it all began.
I sit here imagining us together again,
fantasizing about what we would do
Here I sit all alone at the place were I once sat with you.
As I sit here with tears rolling down my face,
all alone, thinking of you,
Where we'd be, what pleasures would unfold.
Here I sit all alone without you.
I sit here all alone thinking about you and as I sit
you appear, making all my dreams come true.
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